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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 62 traveler reviews
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WOW! This Museum is amazing!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

I did not know what to expect and I am so glad to have come to this museum. Where to begin? Technology..an iPad and headphones to have an over the top experience. Swipe the icon on the wall, select and instrument on view...and hear how it sounds. And many options to try an instrument...

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I did not know what to expect and I am so glad to have come to this museum. Where to begin? Technology..an iPad and headphones to have an over the top experience. Swipe the icon on the wall, select and instrument on view...and hear how it sounds. And many options to try an instrument yourself. Some interactive games. Stunning exhibition galleries that incorporate the country and instruments being exhibited. And a virtual reality tour of the Temple. I went with another adult and four children between 5 and 9. We were there for two hours! Everyone had an amazing experience.

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Highly original musem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 20, 2017

Beautifully laid out, a collection of musical instruments from around the Jewish world. Each visitor gets an IPad and earphones where they can see details of each instrument and hear them. Arranged geographically. New, modern and very well maintained. Suitable for children (not too small) and adults alike. And situated on a very attractive,...

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Beautifully laid out, a collection of musical instruments from around the Jewish world. Each visitor gets an IPad and earphones where they can see details of each instrument and hear them. Arranged geographically. New, modern and very well maintained. Suitable for children (not too small) and adults alike. And situated on a very attractive, pedestrian street, off the "Kikar Hamusika" (Music Square), with four or five attractive kosher resturants around.

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The greatest small museum
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 19, 2017

The experience at the museum was amazing. The architectural design is special. The collection of instruments is rich and special. Above all, the restoration of the Temple ( beth hamikdash) was breathtaking

An amazing experience
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 15, 2017

This is not just another 'boring' museum. It was an unforgettable experience. The display of instruments from all over the world was in itself impressive. But the ambience in each room devoted to a particular geographic region enhanced the experience, coupled with the audio system which allowed one to hear the sound of each...

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This is not just another 'boring' museum. It was an unforgettable experience. The display of instruments from all over the world was in itself impressive. But the ambience in each room devoted to a particular geographic region enhanced the experience, coupled with the audio system which allowed one to hear the sound of each instrument. The highlight came at the end of the tour, with the virtual reality experience of being inside the Second Temple in Jerusalem two thousand years ago, listening to the Levites sing and play their instruments and watching the aspects of the Temple service. As bonus, the museum is adjacent to Museum Square, with an assortment of cafes and restaurants where music is constantly played in the outside plaza.

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Different and Modern Music Museum
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 26, 2017

The problem with most music museums displaying old instruments is that you don't know how they sound. In this museum, using a computer tablet, you get to hear the instrument as well as see it and read its history. The rooms are beautifully displayed in the style of the country whose instruments are being...

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The problem with most music museums displaying old instruments is that you don't know how they sound. In this museum, using a computer tablet, you get to hear the instrument as well as see it and read its history. The rooms are beautifully displayed in the style of the country whose instruments are being displayed. The final spectacular experience, not really musical, is a three dimensional virtual reality trip back to the Hebrew Temple Mount, including the Holy of Holies. The use of computer tablet throughout the museum is unique and very well done.

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